Capturing and cleaning patient data for use in
clinical trials puts a drag on modern-day research
and development. This overwhelmingly manual
process takes time, is error-prone, expensive and
shifts focus away from higher-value activities.
Thankfully, industry trends are shifting to reduce
manual data entry and perhaps even eliminate
it in certain scenarios. New tools can integrate directly with site electronic health records
(EHRs) to pull out the exact source data
required by the trial protocol to auto-populate
the trial database and electronic case report
forms (eCRFs). Advances in data standards,
industry regulations and technology open up
data silos and allow us to build a meaningful
bridge between healthcare and research.
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